Marbury's in command as Knicks top Jazz, 113-109
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#1 Nov 26, 2007
Steph is a true New York survivor. He's a kid from coney island, who I always root for. Love him or hate him, if you are a New Yorker and a knick fan, you want to see this kid succeed. Steve Nash basically turned his career around after the age of 30. Marbury showed signs last year that he was becoming more of a "team" player. I really think the fans should start supporting him more. He's a good kid at heart, and cares about his city.
#2 Nov 27, 2007
Marbury is a stuck up me first player who only cares about himself. His own home fans have been booing him. And yes Steph we know why we're booing - because you're a selfish stuck up player who only cares about himself and not the team. He has no clue as to what a point guard is evidenced by his repeated claims about how he is the best PG in the NBA yet he's done nothing to make his teammates better let along win a playoff series. I cannot wait for the day when the Knicks get rid of this chump and maybe then Steph will wake up and realize he has no one but himself to blame.
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